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Black Canyon Park-N-Swap. Highway 17. Approx 100 dealers. Ample parking. Western clothes, indian jewelry, new and used merchandise, sportswear, collectibles, farm and ranch items. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a. Spaces from $2. c/p Jack Sipe. Box 25, 85324. (602) 374-5434.


Bud's Highway 95 Flea Market. 5005 Highway 95. Ample parking. Indoor/outdoor market with antiques, collectibles, crafts, furniture, new merchandise. Approx 150 dealers during the winter and about 25 dealers in the summer. Space is rented by the month. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a. c/p Jean, 5005 Hwy 95, 86426. (520) 768-3103.


The Shoppers Barn Swap Meet. Hours 5 am - 3 pm. Admission .50 cents. 5650 N. 55th Avenue. 10, exit Highway 84. West 2 miles. Ample parking. Approx 125 dealers. Lots of nice antiques and collectibles here. New and secondhand merchandise, western items, farm and ranch items, produce. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a. Space from $5. Camping available. c/p Bud Gray, Box 10250, 85239. (520) 836-1934.


Manufacturers and Merchants Flea Market. 670 N. Arizona Ave. 85224. Hours 10-4. Ample parking. Lots of new merchandise, surplus close-outs. Some collectibles, western items, crafts. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a.

FLAGSTAFF - - Friday -Sunday

Flagstaff Indoor Swap Meet
Address: 2350 4th Street Flagstaff, Arizona 86004

Number of vendors: 200 spaces available
Hours of operation: 7-4 pm all year around indoors.


Thunderbird Swap Meet and Bargain Jamboree. 5533 N. 59th Avenue. Ample parking. Average daily atten of 5,000. Approx 300 dealers. Large well stocked outdoor market. Lots of new merchandise, imports, electronics, closeouts. Used merchandise, house wares, tools. New sportswear, western wear. Indian jewelry and art. Restrooms, snack bar, h/a. Spaces $7. to $12. c/p Buddy Goodman. (623) 934-SWAP or 931-0877.


Glendale Swap Meet. 5630 N. 55th Ave. Glendale Drive In Theater. Ample parking. Admission .50 cents. Average daily atten 5,000. Approx 300 dealers. New and secondhand merchandise, crafts, antiques, collectibles, produce, toys. Snack bars, restrooms, h/a. Camping avail. Space from $20. for the weekend. c/p Charles Barone, (623) 931-0877 or 230-7922. Fax: (623) 931-8135.


Goodyear Park N Swap. West Van Buren & Cotton Lane. Ample parking. New and used merchandise, farm and ranch items, Indian jewelry, collectibles and art, western wear and western items. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a. Covered spaces from $4. (602) 853-9300.


Not your mother¨s swap meet (but she¨d love it just the same!) FREE parking, free entrance, free entertainment, & free drawings. 1600 booth spaces, Restaurant and 4 snack bars. Breakfast until 10:30 a.m. for $1.50 (two eggs, toast, hashbrowns, & coffee)
Hours: Winters: Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, 7:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. Summers: Saturdays and Sundays, 7:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.

Directions: (17605 W. McDowell Rd., Goodyear, AZ 85338) in Goodyear on the north side of the Papago Frwy (Hwy I-10), between Cotton Lane and Jack Rabbit Rd. Exit I-10 at Cotton Lane (exit 124), turn right onto Cotton Lane. Immediately get into the left-turn-lane. Turn left onto McDowell. Take the second possible left into the main entrance. Call: 623-853-1488 100% handicap accesible.


Flea Market. Smoketree and McCullough Street's. Ample parking. Approx 100 dealers. Well rounded variety of merchandise here, new merchandise, sportswear, housewares, electronics. Used merchandise, tools, toys. Collectibles, crafts, Indian jewelry and art, western wear & western items. Food available, restrooms, h/a. Claypool & Co. 725 Broadway. Needles, CA 92363. (714) 326-2109.


Route 66 Flea Market. Off I-40 on Eastbound Route 66. Hours: 8am to 4 pm. Free adm & ample parking. Outdoor market with approx 50 dealers. New and used merchandise. Western wear and ranch items. Indian jewelry and Indian collectibles. Restrooms, snack bar,. (520) 692-1428.


JJ's Old West Flea Market
9705 E. Apache Trail Mesa, Arizona 85207
? mile West of Crismon Rd. and ? mile East of Ellsworth Rd. Free Admission, Free Parking, Large indoor market with approx 300 spaces. New and Used merchandise, concrete fountains, electronics, housewares, several specialty shops, some antiques & collectibles. Great prices on "hot" new merchandise and super bargains on closeouts, surplus and overruns. Food, restrooms, Space rental by day, weekend, or by the month.
Contact Linda Childs (480) 380-5789.
Note: This market produces a lot of special events and shows, call for current schedule.


Mesa Market Place Swap Meet. 10550 E. Baseline. 85208. East on Hwy 60 to exit 193 & Signal Butte Road. Make a right at light to Baseline Road and then turn right, entrance is on right. Open 7am to 4pm. Swap meet with covered spaces and totally paved. Antiques, collectibles, new & used merchandise, produce, crafts, Indian jewelry. Food facilities with free admission, free parking and free entertainment, restrooms, h/a. c/p Tricia Curran, 10550 E. Baseline, 85208. (480) 380-5572 or 380-7467. Fax: (480) 380-5578.


Mojave Swap Meet. 5005 Highway 95. 12 miles south of Laughlin, Nevada or 12 miles north of Needles, California. Hours: 7:30am to 4;30 pm. Open everyday except Monday. Outdoor/indoor market with approx 150 dealers in the winter and down to about 25 during the summer months. c/p Manager, 5005 Hwy 95, 86426. (520) 768-3103.


Claypool Shopping Center Flea Market. Claypool Shopping Center. Ample paved parking. New merchandise, used merchandise, Indian jewelry, art and artifacts. Western wear and collectibles. Antiques, collectibles. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a. (520) 326-2101


Peoria Swap Meet. 12040 N. 91st Avenue. Ample parking. Average daily atten 5,000. Large well stocked outdoor market with lots of new merchandise, imports, closeouts, clothes, tools. Used merchandise. Indian jewelry, art and artifacts. Western wear and western and ranch collectibles. Crafts, produce. Food available. Restrooms, h/a. 350 spaces starting at $4. c/p Peoria Swap Meet. 12040 N. 91st Ave. 85345. (602) 979-1003.


Phoenix Indoor Swap Meet. 5115 N. 27th Ave. Hours: 10am-6pm. Adm charge, free parking. Indoor market with approx 300 dealers. Lots of new merchandise, gifts, imports, western items, Indian jewelry and Indian collectibles. Crafts, produce. Snackbars, restrooms, h/a. c/p Michelle Leslie, (602) 246-9600.


Fairgrounds Antique Market. Fairgrounds. 1826 W. McDowell. Ample paved parking. Admission $2, parking $5. Hours: Saturday 9 to 5, Sunday 9 to 4. Crafts are also sold at this market. Reservations advised. Approx 100+ dealers. Excellent collectibles market with many fine antiques, coins, collections and collectibles. One of the west's finest markets. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a. Camping avail. Space from $75. for 10x16. c/p Jack Black, Box 61172, 85082. (800) 678-9987 or (602) 943-1766. Fax: (602) 997-4686.


Phoenix Trade Fair. 3839 W. Indian School Road. Ample parking. Free admission & parking. Hours: Friday 12 noon to 9. Saturday and Sunday 8 to 5. Approx 100 dealers. Lots of new merchandise, closeouts, over-runs. Used merchandise, collectibles, crafts. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a. Inside & outside spaces. Outside $6. for 10x15. Inside varies. c/p Kathy Cline, 3839 W. Indian School Road. 85019. (602) 278-6221.


Swap-A-Rama. 75th & W. Southern. Ample parking. New merchandise, sportswear, electronics, housewares. Collectibles, Indian jewelry, artifacts and art. Western wear and western collectibles. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a. Spaces from $3. Camping available. c/p Edie Roer, (602) 237-9915.


Swap-O-Rama. 3636 S. 48th Street. I-10 & 48th Street. Ample paved parking. Approx 500 dealers. Outdoor market with wide variety of goods. Some very professional dealers here with large loads of new merchandise, good place to buy at wholesale. Good market to acquire Indian jewelry and art for resale. Snack bars, restrooms, h/a. Acres of walking required. Space from $5. Reservations recommended. c/p William Stevens Sr. 3636 - 48th St. 85040. (602) 968-8609.


American Park-N-Swap Flea Market. 3801 E. Washington Street. 1 mile North of Sky Harbor International Airport. Ample parking. Hours: Friday 6-2. Saturday and Sunday 6-4. Admission $2, ample free parking.. Average atten 30,000 per weekend. Approx 1,000 dealers. Wide variety of merchandise at this market including good Indian jewelry. This is one of the largest and most diverse markets in the area. Lots of special events and entertainment. Plenty of good food here. Restrooms, h/a. Much walking is required at this market. Reservations recommended. Spaces start at $22. for Saturday & Sunday and $5. on Friday. c/p Richard Hogue, 3801 E. Washington. 85034. (800) 772-0852 or (602) 273-1250. Fax (602) 273-7375. Email: ppns0010@aol.com


7th Street Trade-Save-Swap Meet. 709 E. Broadway. Ample parking. Approx 80 vendors. New merchandise, used merchandise, collectibles, sometimes antiques, crafts, produce. Snack bars, restrooms, h/a. Spaces $4. Wednesday to $8. for Saturday and Sunday. Elect available. Reservations recommended. c/p Dick Jones, 709 E. Broadway, 85050. (602) 276-7183.

Prescott Valley - - FRI-SUN

Peddler's Pass Flea Market. 6201 Hwy 69. Market is 6 miles East of Prescott Valley on Highway 69. Open 8am to 4 pm. Ample parking. Average weekend attendance 9,000+. Approx 200 vendors. Clean, friendly, well attended market with good selection of merchandise, lots of fine Indian jewelry. Very nice food concession, restrooms, h/a. Space from $15. to $22. Overnight privilege on all spaces. c/p Bob Scott, 6201 Hwy 69, Prescott Valley, AZ 86301. 928 775-4117 or 778-5299.


Annual Gemboree and "The Main Event". I-10 at mile market 17. Parking can be difficult and a lot of walking here. One of the largest winter and spring markets in the country. This is truly a unique American event. Over 1,500 exhibitors. Exhibitors and customers come from around the world. It takes 2-3 days to cover this market, if it can be pronounced it's here. Many high quality items here. Many small flea markets and antique shops located in the area which are open year around. This stop takes up an entire vacation. Lots of Native American entertainment, wide variety of food, special events. Camping and everything you need is available here. Company has 16 page brochure available. Spaces are 18x32 from $230. c/p Howard Armstrong, Box 2801. 85346. (520) 927-5213. Fax: (520) 927-4496.


Garden's Swap & Show. Frontage Road, Off I-10, Exit 17. 200 spaces. New market with jewelry, collectibles, new merchandise. Market has restaurant, antique car & mining museum, market host's Native American ceremonies on weekends. 200 unit mobile home & RV park next door. Restrooms, elect & water. (520) 927-6848 or 927-5555


Safford Swap Meet. Fairgrounds. Highway 666. Ample paved parking. Outdoor market with approx 300 dealers. Large well stocked market with lots of new merchandise, used merchandise, collectibles, crafts, primitives, western collectibles. Good buys on quality Indian jewelry and art here. Snack bars, restrooms, h/a. Camping avail. (602) 428-6341.


MarketPlace USA. 3750 E. Irvington Road. I-10 Palo Verde exit, East to Irvington. Ample paved parking. Large indoor market with approx 300 dealers. New merchandise, electronics, housewares, several specialty shops, some antiques & collectibles. Great prices on "hot" new merchandise and super bargains on closeouts, surplus and overruns. Food, a sports bar, restrooms, h/a. Space rental by the month and reservations are required. c/p Brian Weeks, 3750 E. Irvington Rd, 85714. (520) 745-5000. Note: This market produces a lot of special events, call for current schedule.


Tanque Verde Swap Meet. 4100 S. Palo Verde Road. Palo Verde exit from I-10. Thurs & Fri 3am to 11pm. Sat & Sun 7am to 11pm. Free adm, ample parking. Outdoor market. Antiques, collectibles, locally made arts and crafts, Indian jewelry, sportswear, sporting goods, new and used merchandise, produce. Approx 750 vendors. Space from $12. Average weekend atten 50,000. Food available, restrooms, h/a. C/p Ken Fiore, Box 19095. 85731. (520) 294-4252. Fax (520) 294-2358.


South Tucson Park N Swap. 2601 S. Third Avenue. Ample parking. Outdoor market with approx 350 dealers. Large well stocked market with many quality dealers. New, antique, crafts, collectibles & produce sold here. Food available, restrooms, h/a. Space from $4. c/p Dan Martiniz. 2601 S. Third Ave. 85713. (520) 623-4012.


Arizona Avenue Swap Meet. 1749 Arizona Avenue. Open Daily 8am to 5 pm. Free adm & ample parking. Outdoor market with approx 75 dealers. Antiques, collectibles, new and used merchandise, garage sale & bric-a-brac items. Space from $6. Snack bar, restrooms, h/a. c/p Bob butcher, 1749 Arizona Ave, 85365. (520) 343-1837.


Avenue 3E South Swap Meet. 4151 S. Avenue 3E. Oct-June market. Adm charge. Ample parking. Average atten 3-5000 daily. Approx 250 spaces. New merchandise, used merchandise, tools, farm and ranch items, crafts, produce, Indian jewelry, western wear and western collectibles. Food, restrooms, h/a. Dealers can set up at noon on Friday for weekend. (520) 344-2399.


Yuma Park-N-Swap. 4000 - 4th Avenue. Open 6am to 4pm. Ample parking. Average atten 7,500. Approx 250 dealers. New merchandise, imports, surplus. Used merchandise, tools, housewares. Indian jewelry and art. Western wear. Snack bars, restrooms, h/a. Excellent winter market. Spaces from $5. c/p Bill Gresser, 4000 S. 4th Ave, 85365. (800) 722-6811 or (520) 726-4655. Fax (520) 344-0115. Email: bill@gresser.com.


Created on :2009-01-31

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